SafeMoon Token in Fresh Speculation over Binance Listing

Though the speculation has been dismissed in some quarters, the community keeps hope alive.

New SafeMoon Buzz

A new wave of speculation over the imminent listing of SafeMoon token by Binance has hit social media.

The latest frenzy was inspired by a Twitter user and proud Safemoon holder, Gareth Burrows. He tweeted on March 17 that he saw SafeMoon’s SFM token listed in the Binance trading app:

“#safemoonarmy this is probably absolutely nothing but I just typed in SFM in Binance app and safemoon showed up? Can’t do anything with it but the logo is there?? Not sure if it’s always been there? Again probably nothing,” Gareth stated in his tweet.


Though Gareth indicated in his tweet that his discovery might not mean much, it did not stop the ever-enthusiastic Safemoon Army from checking further. Some users in Brazil and Germany also confirmed to have seen it. 

However, Twitter user JopeSane shot down the speculations: 

“Lite version for some reason shows everything on Binance Cloud where Safemoon is thanks to Mandala. Mandala’s own token and also Vabble (on Mandala but not Binance) are also shown on the Lite version for same reason. So unfortunately it is nothing,” JopeSane tweeted.

Speculations such as this usually get a project’s community talking. Whether JopeSane is correct or not, the SafeMoonArmy will hope that one day their dream of Binance listing their beloved token will come true. Over to you, Binance.

What is SafeMoon

SafeMoon is a new altcoin launched in March 2021. It runs on the BNB Chain and is a Decentralized Finance (DeFi) community-driven protocol. This protocol slightly differs from other protocols when a transaction takes place. Three functions will occur, reflection, liquidity pool (LP) acquisition, and burn. It also charges 10% fees to anyone that sells their tokens, and other owners get 5% of the fees. This is SafeMoon’s method of encouraging holders to hodl and disincentivizing sellers from selling.   

Where to find SafeMoon: 

Website | Twitter | Discord | Telegram | Github | Reddit 

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